Archive for home loans
One in three Hispanics plan to buy a home, but 43% say they had an "extremely" or "very stressful" experience when buying their last home.
The average home buyer considers two banks when applying for a mortgage. Most end up lending from a bank where they did not already have an account. Why?
After running up record debt during the bubble economy, young adults shed substantially more debt than older adults during the Great Recession and its aftermath.
What's making the news this week? GoBank's name-your-fee checking account has everyone abuzz. And USAA is using mobile cameras to open new accounts. These stories, and 28 others.
Using Google Trends, bank and credit union marketers can find a wealth of information right at their fingertips.
Twentysomethings are frustrated by banks, less likely to own a home and will do just about anything for money when they need to cover bills.
What is the impact of word-of-mouth on banking purchases? Do face-to-face referrals generate more business than online? Take a look at this study.
Is Ally's "straight talk" crooked? Will plain vanilla banking kill community banks? Are $5 ATM fees on the way? Plus 17 more articles.
Banks like Ally, Chase, Citi and BofA halt repossessions across America. How big is the foreclosure problem in the US? What do the numbers really say?
Delivery channels by generation… Levels of consumer trust… Breakdown of NSF and overdraft fee income… Search for home equity slows to a trickle… Much more.
1 in 2 checking accounts are unprofitable… 36% of credit unions are unprofitable… US banks charged $30B in NSF fees in 2007…
A three-minute video comparing Westpac Bank’s lending rates to the costs of making smoothies is driving Australians bananas. In an attempt to justify Westpac’s 45 basis point jump in standard variable mortgage rates, the bank
Normally when a company like BofA makes a big acquisition, it’s eager to tout the triumph in a big ad campaign. Not the case with its acquisitions of Countrywide and Merrill Lynch. This was different.